Libyan Slave Markets and Jumping into the Fire

by baldilocks A few people are still talking about slave markets of Libya. (Allow me to say something nice about CNN.) Some seem to think they just sprang up only since the ouster of Gaddafi, but they've been around for a long time and black Africans are the primary product. Again. And the African migration … Continue reading Libyan Slave Markets and Jumping into the Fire

We have much to fear with Sharia

By John Ruberry It's easy to dismiss Arsalan Iftikhar, an American Muslim human rights lawyer of Pakistani descent who uses the TheMuslimGuy handle on Twitter as something you'll find under a rock, but the reality is far worse--the self-appointed expert who rails about Islamophobia is an eel living off of sewage. The apologist for radical … Continue reading We have much to fear with Sharia

Muhammad, the Mountain, and the Lukewarm

by baldilocks Before the death of the legendary Muhammad Ali—a Muslim--I said a prayer for him--that God the Father might draw him to Jesus the Christ—and I said so on Social Media. I expected one of my few Muslim friends to take offense to this, but it is many professed Christians who seem have more … Continue reading Muhammad, the Mountain, and the Lukewarm

The Blood Libeling of the Luo Tribe of Kenya

by baldilocks With scandal, after scandal, after scandal, after scandal being perpetrated by the Obama Administration—wording intentional--I thought that I would finally take the time to address an issue regarding the reaction to Obama’s acknowledged Kenyan Luo heritage—a heritage which I share. For the last six years, it seems that everything that Barack Obama has touched or … Continue reading The Blood Libeling of the Luo Tribe of Kenya